Good Morning kids,
It’s Sylvia from the Palace Theater and Art Bar on Airport Way. Hope you are all safe in this white stuff. We are open all week. Wow what a week we have! I thought I would bring you up to date.
Our hours are
4-11pm Mon-Thurs and
4- 2 am Fri- Saturday
Sunday we are open 1-9pm.
Hope to see you!
01/13/20- 5:30-7:30 Playwrights Study Meeting. 8-11pm Open Mic Jazz Vocal Showcase: produced by Dave Desrochers - Featured Artist: Kim Maguire. Come hang out or sit in with Seattle Jazz Giants. Great Venue. Positive vibes and a knee slapping good time! Everybody is Welcome. No cover charge.
01/16/20 Georgetown Community Bingo with Sylvia! Join us for free play bingo. Games start at 7pm. Prizes are community coupons to local businesses and crazy stuff from Sylvia’s Closet and regifted casino prizes.
01/17/20- The Palace Presents - Award-winning, Hall of Fame jazz vocalist Greta Matassa and her group are in performance. Featuring material from her latest critically acclaimed CD “Portrait” on Origin Records. She is joined by Darin Clendenin, piano, Clipper Anderson bass, Mark Ivester drums and Alexey Nikolaev sax. Also, as part of Greta’s Opening Act mentorship program, the show will be “opened” with a few songs by up and coming jazz vocalist Jennifer Adams
01/18/20- Saturday night’s Queer Improv and Comedy Open Mic! Produced by Michael Prikle a group of queer improv artists descend on the Palace to wave their tales in front of your eyes with hilarious results. Join us! 8-10:00pm.
10pm-Midnight – Late Laughs - Every third Saturday of the month, the Palace will present a late night of stand up comedy featuring two great comics, hosted by Jim Webber with commentary and judgment from the bar by Mizz Honey Bucket.
01/12/20- Tea Dance at The Palace Theater and Art Bar- Open from 1-9pm Happy Hour Pricing all day. Come hang out with friends on a Sunday. DJ Vodka Twist will be spinning for us on the 12th and David Eli is back to shake his groove thang.
Hope to see you!
Unfortunately due to the current global pandemic we are forced to stay at home. Please stay tuned for future dates
Sylvia O‘Stayformore is the effervescent hostess in Seattle. Sylvia is a local celebrity in countless drag shows, brunches, fundraisers, benefits, cabarets, radio shows, movies, weddings, premiers, openings and plays. Currently the producer of Seattle’s Best Drag Show (Voted via Seattle Weekly) Bacon Strip. Now in Georgetown at The Conservatory. Every First Saturday. She can also be seen at Senior Centers in West Seattle, Ballard, South East Seattle, Sno Valley, Vashon Island, South Park, Camano Island, Whidbey Island, and DesMoines for her Rainbow Bingos. Out magazine voted Sylvia as the hottest drag queen in America of the moment 2003. Sylvia loves Dionne Warwick, bad boys with big hair, long rides on her Vespa, Thrift store road trips to the coast, late night poetry shows, social networking, & Tab and Seven.